Features by Gigi Douban
Posted In: Workplace Flexibility Act, workplace
Critics say the Workplace Flexibility Act of 2013 isn’t about increased flexibility for workers, but about flexibility for employers.
Posted In: health care, medicaid
In Oregon, researchers followed 10,000 new enrollees in Medicaid. They used more health care services, but had more to spend on other necessities.
Posted In: applying to college, college admissions, public universities
It's decision day for students, and many of them will be going out of state. Who loses in this equation?
Posted In: spotify, music streaming, satellite radio, car
XM/Sirius dominate the car satellite market, and car sales have bounced back right along with the rest of the economy. But will their success continue against a future of Rdio, Pandora and Spotify?
Posted In: financial aid, college finances, college tuition, private colleges
High-priced private colleges are offering students tuition breaks even when they don't need them.
Posted In: Amazon, Retail, Tech, cia
The CIA has reportedly recruited Amazon to develop a private cloud for American intelligence gathering. So is there any sector Amazon isn't involved in these days?
Posted In: cloud computing, software, Oracle
For years, Oracle's business has been selling big, expensive computers to hold all your data. The cloud has upended that business model and Oracle's latest profit report could tell us if the company is adjusting.
Posted In: reality tv, Entertainment, abc
"Dancing with the Stars" meets the diving board. The new reality show "Splash" tries to grab viewers with a lineup of C-list celebrities. We look at the show, but also at the reality TV equation: There’s not a whole lot to lose on these shows. They’re cheap to produce and if they hit, they can be worth a fortune.
Posted In: Tiger Woods, Golf, Sports, endorsements
Since his marital indiscretions more than three years ago, it's been a long road back to the top. But the buzz around the golf course says there's no question -- Tiger has returned.
Posted In: Nebraska, gambling, Sports, horse racing
Some in Nebraska are pushing for betting machines of 'historical horse races' at thoroughbred race tracks. The machines allow wagering on the outcomes of past races. Critics say they’re basically slot machines and would constitute expanded gambling.